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News — 31 October 2011
Ramsey Nouah and Genevieve Nnaji storm Kenya

The expansion of Nollywood and Ghollywood beyond the shores of Nigeria and Ghana into mainstream African countries is getting on an accelerated gear. Other countries within the continent are grasping to catch up with the phenomenal successes of the respective countries that have made headway, and part of it includes shipping in stars into their fold.

In previous weeks, we reported about Rita Dominic’s trip to Kenya where she featured in a blockbuster production. Majid Michel from Ghana is a constant invitee to other countries as well and now both Genevieve and Ramsey were guest in Kenya all for the same goal.

What do you think? Is the trend beneficial for the growth of African Movies at large? Have the movie industry really harnessed the massive potential in all these regions? Share your thoughts.




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